Giant of Castelnau
A giant human skeleton was found in Bronze Age cemetery of Castelnau-le-Lez in 1890 in France. Only three bones of the skeleton were found the height of the individual was thought to be 11 feet 6 inches (3.5 meters). It may be the largest confirmed human skeleton ever found.
The bones are thought to be of Neolithic age. It was earlier doubted that the bones could not be of any human however it was later confirmed the bones were of human origin.
Later in 1894 some more bones were reported from an ancient graveyard. The bones were similarly large to the giant of Castelnau. The site from which these bones were discovered was just 5 km away from the site where the earlier giant bones were discovered.
It is thought to be of people of some race who has height in between 10-15 feet. The bones were studied by professors and it was concluded that it may belong to a giant human race or it may have been of people with abnormal growth.
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